Europa League Betting Score Prediction tonight presents a classic match between Sevilla vs. Slavia Prague, which will be played on Friday, March 8, 2019 at Estadio Ramon Sanchez at 00:55 WIB.
Failed in the Champions League yesterday to strengthen Sevilla’s confidence to return to triumph in the Europa League stage. Based on existing data, Sevilla is a successful team that made history on this stage with successive achievements.
Thus, Sevilla can be called an experienced team and very dangerous when it is at the best level. Looking at their current opponents, Slavia Prague could be a lot of goals as the goal is very important for Sevilla’s capital in the second leg later.
Asian Handicap Market – Sevilla vs. Slavia Prague:
Sevilla 0: 1 Slavia Prague
Score Prediction – Sevilla vs. Slavia Prague:
Sevilla 3-0 Slavia Prague
Referring to the status of the bookmaker, it is clear that Sevilla’s level with Slavia Prague is much different. Sevilla have the upper hand, while Slavia Prague is a newly developing team and takes a long time to reach the host level.
Statistics showed that Slavia Prague had never won against Sevilla, even Sevilla managed to win with a big score. That’s why our prediction team strongly recommends playing the top ball because Sevilla are on fire.
Head to head Matches – Sevilla vs. Slavia Prague:
[13.12.07] Slavia Prague 0 – 3 Sevilla
[03.10.07] Sevilla 4 – 2 Slavia Prague
Sevilla’s Last 5 Matches:
[03.03.19] Huesca 2 – 1 Sevilla
[23.02.19] Sevilla 2 – 4 Barcelona
[21.02.19] Sevilla 2 – 0 Lazio
[18.02.19] Villarreal 3 – 0 Sevilla
[15.02.19] Lazio 0 – 1 Sevilla
Slavia Prague’s Last 5 Matches:
[03.03.19] Bohemians 1905 0 – 3 Slavia Prague
[26.02.19] Slavia Prague 4 – 0 Slovacko
[22.02.19] Genk 1 – 4 Slavia Prague
[17.02.19] Plzen 2 – 0 Slavia Prague
[15.02.19] Slavia Prague 0 – 0 Genk
Sevilla: Tomas Vaclik, Maximilian Wober, Daniel Carrico, Sergi Gomez, Quincy Promes, Franco Vazquez, Ever Banega, Roque Mesa, Aleix Vidal, Andre Silva, Wissam Ben Yedder.
Slavia Prague: Ondrej Kolar, Jan Boril, Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui, Ondrej Kudela, Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek, Josef Husbauer, Peter Olayinka, Petr Sevcik, Jaromir Zmrhal, Milan Skoda.